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Redefining Marriage and the Slippery Slope

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One of the questions to come out of Tuesday’s “same-sex” marriage hearing at the U.S. Supreme Court was innocently asked by Justice Samuel Alito.  His question has liberals in a tizzy because it shined a “common sense” light on their radical marriage position, which they would foist on all Americans.

In the oral arguments presented yesterday in the Supreme Court on the question of whether the U.S. Constitution guarantees two people of the same sex the right to marry one another, Justice Samuel Alito asked whether—if two of the same sex have a right to marry—why not four people of opposite sexes.

“Would there be any ground for denying them a license?” Alito asked.

“Let’s say they’re all consenting adults, highly educated. They’re all lawyers,” he said.

Alito posed the question to Mary L. Bonauto, a lawyer who was presenting the court with arguments on behalf of clients seeking to establish a right to same-sex marriage. Read More

Source: Russ Hepler, www.thefederalistpapers.org